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DSTwo DOS Emulator Updated to DS2x86 v0.20 Beta

DS2x86 is a DOS emulator developed by pate , it works for Supercard DSTwo, today pate released the news that he has updated it to version 0.20 Beta. Here is the details

QUOTE(Change Log 07/23/11)
    This version has the following major changes:

  • FPU support! Only in 32-bit protected mode, and not all opcodes are yet
    completely supported, though.
  • Fixed an unaligned memory access crash in EMS function 0x57 (Aladdin)
  • Built with SDK version 0.13, which hopefully helps with the audio problems
    in the previous version. I had not noticed I still used older SDK version.
  • Compiled with flag -no-long-jumps, which makes the C code smaller & faster.

You can download it from here : DS2x86 v0.20 Beta

  • CPU:
    • DSx86: 80286 processor, including the protected mode features (for running Windows 3.00a in Standard Mode). The emulation runs at a speed of around 10MHz (DS mode) or 20MHz (DSi mode) 80286 machine.
    • DS2x86: 80386 processor, including the protected mode features (for running DOS4GW games). The emulation runs at a speed of around 40MHz 80386 (which equals a 20MHz 80486) machine.
  • Memory:
    • DSx86: 640KB of low memory, 1.5MB of EMS memory and ~512KB (DS mode) or 8MB (DSi mode) of XMS memory.
    • DS2x86: 640KB of low memory, 4MB of EMS memory and 16MB of XMS memory.
  • VGA graphics.
  • SoundBlaster (including AdLib-compatible FM sounds) sound card. (DS2x86 is still missing many audio features.)
  • 83-key US keyboard.
  • Mouse.

DSTwo

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